Spain election dominated by uncertainty, splintered right
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - The outcome of Spain's election on Sunday is anyone's guess.
A substantial pool of voters is still undecided. The country's traditional parties have been diluted. And a rising populist party has splintered the right.
The ballot will be Spain's third parliamentary election in less than four years, with no sign that the uncertainty will go away anytime soon.
Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is hoping voters give him a strong mandate to stay in the o...